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Kevin Wilhelm

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Invest in the Market w/ Trudi Charest and Kevin Wilhelm

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11 Oct 2021

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E125 - Kevin Wilhelm from the Sustainable Business Consulting

The Sustainable Business Podcast

Kevin Wilhelm is the CEO of Sustainable Business Consulting, an organisation who has worked with 195 companies across 37 countries to help them realise the business value of better social and environmental practices and to find ways to cost-savings, as well as enhance their brand's communications with stakeholders and employees.Don't miss out on our weekly interviews with sustainable businesses from different industries and sizes. Get inspirational insights that you can implement in your day-to-day and other bespoke content for you. Subscribe now!


1 Mar 2021

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Episode 108: The Davidson Hang Podcast w/ Kevin Wilhelm Redefining Masculinity

The Davidson Hang Podcast

Kevin is one of the co-authors in our latest book called Redefining Masculinity: Visions for a New Way of Being.We explore topics such as:•Defining the word masculinity - both its negative and positive uses•Moving beyond toxic masculinity•Self-expression•Vulnerability•Intimacy•The role of ethnicity and racism•Relationships•Expressions of faith•Ego•Relating to the same and to opposite genders Kevin is the President and CEO of Middlesex United Way. He's passionate to advance Middlesex United Way by cultivating leadership and partnerships, bringing resources together, and investing in the community, Middlesex United Way acts as a catalyst to achieve a measurable, positive impact in education, income, health, and housing.Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7cKVrzGRtmDrxBSnXFh3ZciTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-davidson-hang-podcast/id1323403814Kevin's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-wilhelm-02732717/Book link:https://www.amazon.com/Redefining-Masculinity-Visions-New-Being-ebook/dp/B08WHCJLQZ/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=redefining+masculinity&qid=1614166007&sr=8-1We are grateful to have reached Amazon Top Seller ranks in these categoriesGender & Sexuality in Religious StudiesBehaviorMen's HealthCounseling


24 Feb 2021

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Earth911 Conversation: The Climate Policy Debate with Danielle Butcher of the American Conservation Coalition and Kevin Wilhelm

Earth911.com: Sustainability In Your Ear

Join another Earth911 conversation about the critical divides in U.S. politics and climate policy with Kevin Wilhelm of Sustainable Business Consulting and Danielle Butcher, Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President of the young-conservative organization, the American Conservation Coalition. We discuss the differences in the right- and left-leaning climate policy debate, the role of generational change in the future of U.S. climate regulations, and the potential for establishing a new center for political discourse. Host Mitch Ratcliffe talks with Wilhelm and Butcher about the role of economic stimulus, educational funding, and the federal government's ability to shape economic priorities through incentives and carbon pricing. Hear how there actually mutually agreeable positions emerging in the climate debate.Kevin Wilhelm is the author of How to Talk to the "Other Side": Common Ground in the Time of Coronavirus, Recession, and Climate Change and an adunct professor at Harvard University. Danielle Butcher is a leader of the American Conservation Coalition, a non-profit "dedicated to mobilizing young people around environmental action through common-sense, market-based, and limited-government ideals" based on localism, capitalist ideas, and innovation. This is the third in our Conversation series featuring Wilhelm, Ratcliffe, and guests from across the political, urban-rural, generational, and social justice spectrum.


25 Jan 2021

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E01: Kevin Wilhelm of POD Marketing

Growth League Podcast

In this episode we sit down with Kevin Wilhelm, first exploring the origin story of POD Marketing before hearing about when his business experienced the tipping point of massive growth. Kevin explores the events leading up to this tipping point, including sharing his feelings, observations, challenges, routines, as well as guiding us with advice he would have told himself 6 months ago if he could. Kevin finishes this episode by sharing with us the next mountain he plans to climb, as well as his aspirations for the future of his company.


5 Nov 2020

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How to Talk to the Other Side with Kevin Wilhelm [Episode 15]

Ignited With Meaning

With political tensions higher than even, how do you have a productive conversation with the “other side?” In this show, Kevin Wilhelm, co-author of “How to Talk to the Other Side” discusses his vision for constructive dialogue between Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. and practical approaches for building your capacity to have these conversations […]


14 Oct 2020

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#94 Kevin Wilhelm, CEO of Sustainable Business Consulting

Bigger Than Us

Kevin Wilhelm is the CEO of Sustainable Business Consulting, an instructor at the University of Washington and Harvard, and author of several bestselling books in sustainability including his latest book, ‘How to Talk to the Other Side: Finding Common Ground in the Time of Coronavirus, Recession, and Climate Change. He is one of the world’s pre-eminent business consultants and teachers in the field of sustainability. He is renowned as a catalyst for impact in sustainability, bringing together divergent perspectives in business, environmental, and social justice communities to move positive change forward. He is the CEO of Sustainable Business Consulting, a consulting firm focused on demonstrating the bottom-line business benefits of sustainability and has led over 160 organizations, including Alaska Airlines, Nordstrom, REI, and Expedia through successful implementation. He has built a reputation as being the “trusted advisor” and “business guy” on the environment and social issues for the past 20 years. Most recently, he helped MLS Cup Champions the Seattle Sounders go carbon neutral. He has since contributed to sustainability efforts in more than 40 industries ranging from Fortune 500 companies down to local government organizations, social justice organizations and clean energy start-ups to offset over 10,000 times the carbon emissions of his own firm. https://sustainablebizconsulting.com/ https://amzn.to/2YXkAGJ https://nexuspmg.com/


4 Sep 2020

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#202 Reaching Out To The Skeptics with Kevin Wilhelm

Sustainable: The Podcast

How can we address increasing skepticism around sustainability in business following Covid-19? Kevin Wilhelm, CEO of Sustainable Business Consulting and author of How To Talk To The Other Side, explains how "peeling back the onion layers" of skepticism can help understand its cause, and help find common ground. Once common ground is identified, conversations can be held, whether on climate change or the coronavirus pandemic. And Kevin reveals how taking proactive action on the environment and social justice issues can actually be financially beneficial for businesses. "Reach out to your skeptic first," says Kevin, "because they're going to tell you the reasons your idea won't work. And if you can figure out how to get past that, you have a greater chance of success."


21 Jul 2020

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Kevin Wilhelm

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Kevin has worked as the GM of the Minnesota Thunder Pro Soccer team and PR and Communications Director for the Seattle Sounders Pro Soccer team, and has been the CEO of his own firm, Seattle-based Sustainable Business Consulting—a company dedicated to helping companies and other organizations understand and implement the bottom-line business benefits of sustainable practices.Kevin is a great guy, and he seems to remember every sporting event he has ever seen. And lately he has written a fine book called: How to Talk to the “Other Side”: Finding Common Ground in Time of Coronavirus, Recession, and Climate Change.To live my best version, I have tapped into blinkist.com. I'm getting a burst of micro learning from over 3000 books in their non fiction library. My favorites have been Super Thinking by Gabe Weinber and Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neal Postman. Take advantage of blinkist.com/success and save 25% on the subscription.


30 Jun 2020

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Earth911 Podcast: How To Talk To The Other Side With Author Kevin Wilhelm

Earth911.com: Sustainability In Your Ear

The time to talk about climate change and social equity is now. Author and sustainability consultant Kevin Wilhelm has a valuable new guide to bridging the political, social, and ideological chasms that keep that discussion from happening, How to Talk to the “Other Side”: Finding Common Ground in the Time of Coronavirus, Recession and Climate Change. A practical book full of real-world examples of collaboration that succeeded despite Left-Right, Urban-Rural, and racial divisions. Wilhelm and his co-author Natalie Hoffman provide a framework for building “allyship” with people usually dismissed as the stubborn, unthinking opposition. Listen to this important discussion, if only to take a little hope away to use in your life during these difficult times.Written during the early weeks of the pandemic, How to Talk to the Other Side has even more relevance in the wake of the murder of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter protests that started in June. He discusses the backgrounds of different factions in the climate debate, offering empathetic ideas about how to build an effective connection. We also explore the impact of generational change — among Millennials, both Republican and Democratic voters say climate change is a real, urgent issue facing our species.Wilhelm is CEO of Seattle-based Sustainable Business Consulting, a professor at the University of Washington and Harvard University, as well as the author of Return on Sustainability: How Business Can Increase Profitability & Address Climate Change in an Uncertain Economy and other business books.Join the conversation and share your thoughts with the community in our Earthling Forum.


22 Jun 2020